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National Instruments NIWeek 2015

Event Summary

DATE:
August 3, 2015 - August 6, 2015
LOCATION:
Austin, TX
COUNTRY:
USA
START DATE/TIME:
August 3, 2015
END DATE/TIME:
August 6, 2015
EVENT TYPE:
Conference
HOST:
National Instruments
WEBSITE:
Click here to Visit

Description

NIWeek brings together more than 3,800 of the world’s key decision makers from the engineering and academic communities to learn about trends and advancements at this conference and exhibition.

Celebrate the 21st annual NIWeek with us in Austin, Texas, August 3–6, 2015. This conference offers the ultimate learning environment for our introductory and advanced users to explore the latest technologies through interactive technical sessions, targeted summits, hands-on workshops, case study presentations, and exhibitions on the most recent advancements in design, control, measurement, automation, manufacturing, and test. It also features keynote presentations and demonstrations that highlight how engineers and scientists can improve everyday life by using NI graphical system design to create advanced test and measurement systems as well as increase the efficiency of their processes.

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